Trey Gowdy: Why classified doc scandals won't lead to criminal charges | The Fox News Rundown

Amid ongoing investigations into former President Trump and President Biden for their mishandling of classified documents, news broke on Tuesday that former Vice President Mike Pence had classified documents discovered in his Indiana residence as well. While many speculate on what the investigations will uncover, Trey Gowdy is doubtful they will result in criminal charges. He joined the Rundown to discuss the gravity of the classified documents controversy, why he decided to leave his position as a lawmaker in Congress, and he elaborates on other difficult decisions he has made in his new book, "Start, Stay, or Leave: The Art of Decision Making."

Russia is advancing on strategic footholds in the eastern and southern regions of Ukraine as President Zelenskyy emphasizes the need for military aid and heavy weaponry to combat the reinvigorated Russian forces. Special guest host Dana Perino speaks with Michael Allen, the founder of Beacon Global Strategies and former Special Assistant for National Security to President George W. Bush, about how a Ukrainian counteroffensive could put the pressure back on Moscow and why the Biden administration must better explain to Americans how the defense of Ukraine serves US national interests.

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